THE RENAISSANCE OF ASPIRIN
By Glenn Parris
We want to read a book that transports us,
that makes us an eye witness to events. We
want detailed characters, clever sequences,
& various twists that lead to near catastrophe.
We want villains to pay for their ruthlessness,
we want our heroes and heroines exceptional,
yet able to compliment each other. We want
quirky characters. We want a guarantee of
non-stop, page-turning intrigue & mystery.
All of these qualilties that we want in our
‘good reads’ can be found in the new novel:
THE RENAISSANCE OF ASPIRIN, a medical
thriller, by Dr. Glenn Parris. He has created
lurking shadows; an underbelly in medicine.
In Glenn Parris’s book, Dr. Jack Wheaton and
Dr. Anita Thomas are exceptional. Khandi’s
ebullient personality provides us with the
‘quirk factor.’ Lucy is villainous. She is ice-cold
in her ruthlessness. The people she works for
are even more so. Pharmaceutical/industrial
greed is fatal as a cure for Fibromyalgia is
within reach, yet is used as a bargaining chip.
The rich send out killers and mercenaries to
silence Dr. Jack Wheaton & Dr. Anita Thomas.
And so, a great medical thriller has been born.
THE RENAISSANCE OF ASPIRIN will enthrall
readers & nudge its way onto the silver screen.
Review by Alice Parris
Dr. Parris is supported in his work by:
National Association of Women Owned Small Businesses, Inc.